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Radio news feature on the 3,200 Wisconsin National Guard soldiers training at Fort Bliss, Texas, for their deployment to Iraq at the end of April. Most of the soldiers of the 32nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team have completed the first three weeks of their 8-weeks of training at Fort Bliss. This report is from Lt. Col. Tim Donovan, public affairs officer for the 32nd Brigade.



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Date Taken:03.18.2009

Date Posted:03.18.2009

Category:Newscasts

Audio ID:22645

Length:00:00:58

Filename:0903/DOD_100038055.mp3

Location:MADISON, WI, USGlobe

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